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Re: [IP] Re: : Entitlement?



Perhaps forwarding these kind of messages to their web site would help.
Just another 2 cents worth.  Carol T..
----- Original Message -----
From: <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2001 7:35 AM
Subject: [IP] Re: : Entitlement?


> In a message dated 4/4/2001 12:06:46 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
> email @ redacted writes:
>
>
> > :
>
> Being a big fan of Disney World myself and traveling there every year.  I
> agree with all.  I myself have passed out in Disney World, and have had to
> stand in long lines just to get a soda.  I also now carry with me
Skittles,
> as they do not melt in the sun.
>
> Here it is, I have written to several ex's at Disney World including
Michael
> Eisner.  Disney does catter to all kinds of people who visit there,  If i
> speak a special language they offer me a guide map and tape in that
language.
>  If I am hearing inpaired they offer again, special things to help there.
If
> i rent one of their wheelchairs I have all kinds of special privilege's.
If
> i pay for a show in advance I have what they call ' Priority Seating"
They
> provide a changing table in their bathrooms for the little one's.
However,
> there is not a place where you can take your insulin, outside of a dirty
> bathroom stall.  They do have in there First Aide, where a person can
> refridge. there insulin, ( if not on a pump).  What a hassle if you are on
> the other side of the park.  I have ask Disney to come up with : Priority
> Eating"  just for the many of Diabetic's who visit there parks.  I do take
> responsibilty for my diabeties when i do travel there, knowing that the
lines
> are long etc.  However I can fully understand how hard this is on a small
> child.  I would suggest that you write your concern's to the Disney Corp.
> The more they hear from the Diabetic's that visit their parks, the more we
> can expect them to understand our special needs.  I feel that Disney has
> cattered to almost everything else, except the Diabetic's.
>
> It's all in the Ear's
> Kitty
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